God Has Spoken, NPP Is Winning 2016 Elections -Kufuor


Kufuor at NPP final rally expressed so much confidence, as he assured the charged crowd of an NPP win in the coming elections.

Former President John Agyekum Kufuor went biblical at the final rally of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), held at the Trade Fair Center in Accra.  Kufour affirmed that the NPP Presidential Candidate Nana Akufo-Addo, would win the December 7th polls, as he has been told by God.

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Kufour who was the guest of honour at the rally, said he had a great feeling when he woke up on the day of the rally, that the third time presidential aspirant would win the elections. Kufuor at NPP final rally expressed so much confidence, as he assured the charged crowd of an NPP win in the coming elections. According to him,

God has spoken and his word is that the NPP would win Wednesday’s elections.

Drawing quotations from the Bible, he said that Nana Addo’s case will be like the very passage he read from the Holy book where God promised to take his people to the promise land.

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Analyzing how the party would win, he said that the NPP will massively claim five regions; Accra, Eastern, Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and Central regions. He added that the major opposition party would still share the ballots with the incumbent National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the other regions.

The former President pointed out that Ghana would be better off under the leadership of the NPP. He touted the achievements of the major opposition whilst in power, which included ensuring that the country moved to a middle-income status. Kufuor urged the people to vote to bring back the vibrant and competent government of the NPP.

Addressing the rally, Nana Addo reiterated his pledge to build a factory in every district across the country and allocate $1 million to deal with issues of sanitation, water and infrastructure.

Tens of thousands of people converged at the Trade Fair Centre on Sunday for the final rally, where the NPP laid out its case for election on Wednesday.